You all want to see an example? What's a problem you would want an AI to help you solve?
Okay, I've created an example based @thejoshuageelen's need for a prompt that would improve his transcripts.
Way too long for tweets, so check it out
Here's a screenshot of the example
But 90% of you are missing out on the AI revolution.
Here are 16 other AI tools you NEED to know about
Krisp’s AI removes background voices, noises, and echo from all your calls, giving you peace of mind.
Create unique royalty-free music that elevates your story.
Automatically edit your podcast episodes.
Studio quality recording, right from your computer.
The power of the skill set never fails to amaze me.
I still remember blowing accounts and having no clarity at all.
A thread 🧵
My consistent effort towards trading increased and that same effort remains till this day.
If you want to make massive steps forward start with clear intention and clear consistent actions that can lead you towards your goal.
Day by day you will improve. 💙
But I just replaced my entire 5 person marketing team with the amazing new ChatGPT technology.
Here are the 5 jobs on my team that I replaced with ChatGPT & the exact prompts I’m using instead (I'm 100% serious):
1/ Ad copywriter
This one is obvious because all tools built with this tech so far are copywriting tools but still...
I was paying a very expensive ad copywriter so I just replaced them with this prompt for ChatGPT:
Yes! I actually fired one of my advisors and took back his advisor equity shares because I could replace him with this prompt:
3/ Project Manager
I was paying this project manager $150,000 a year to manage difficult clients so now I'm saving $150,000 a year with this ChatGPT prompt:
4/ Hiring Manager
The business has been great lately leading me to need to hire like 140 new people every month so I hired a new talent manager to help us find new hires fast. I onboarded them last week but just fired them thanks to this ChatGPT script:
Make individuals successful
Your main job as CEO is to make the company successful.
You do this by helping your talented employees succeed.
→ Clear feedback
→ New ideas
When they win, the company wins.
Influence others with your example
If you expect long hours from employees, put them in yourself.
If you expect hard problems to be solved, solve hard problems yourself.
If you expect over-communication, you have to do it, too.
It all starts with you.
Know your stage and needs
Companies need different things at different times:
→ Build a great product
→ Create a category
→ Access liquidity
→ Scale growth
→ Raise funds
These jobs are all different.
Don't do all at once.
Limit "fires" over time
Early days, you need to personally put out "fires".
But you need to become so good at creating processes that:
→ Fires become less common
→ Others know how to handle them
→ Fires become a breeding ground for growth
But only if you know how to use it correctly.
Here's a crash course on ChatGPT for beginners:
ChatGPT is the most powerful natural language AI ever created.
It can answer almost any question you might have.
You can now have a conversation and get exactly what you want.
Let's start with a simple prompt.
"What is the tallest mountain in the world?"
• Write your text
• Hit enter
• Get your output
Use the 'Regenerate response' button to get a new generation of the same prompt.
Use the thumb up/down button to report feedback.
2/ Continuing conversations
You can continue conversations indefinitely.
It takes reference of what you said earlier and pulls that context into new responses.
"What was the name of the first climber of that mountain?"
It knows 'that mountain' is in fact 'Mount Everest'.
I want to lose fat but gain muscle.
But I don't know how.
I can ask ChatGPT to give me a list of foods I should be eating.
From this list, I can get a shopping list and cooking instructions.
You get a conversation based on the context of your past prompts.
I counted over 750 of them (a 650% increase in 2022).
Here are 10 that have created many billions in value:
Why it's an interesting model:
• Because you have experienced people, you:
a) Build a company faster (studio companies scale and exit in half the times vs a traditional startup)
b) Make fewer mistakes, increasing your success chances (60% of companies raise Series A).
• You retain more equity & generate more returns (53% IRR compared to VC-funded startups at 21%).
• You'll have a repeatable winning formula to launch, build, and exit companies.
Why this model won't work:
• Lack of focus
• Not working? It's easy to move on to another idea. Startups win when they iterate and push hard enough
• No pressure to show immediate results as any other startup that might die any day now
OK, here are most successful ones:
Focus: web3, ML, and media industries.
Portfolio companies: GIPHY, Instapaper, Bitly, Tweetdeck, and others.
Success rate: 60% (60% of its companies either IPOs, get acquired, or become unicorns).
AI is going to contribute $15.7 trillion to the global economy in 2030.
This is more than the current output of China and India combined.
Instead of thinking about what it will be like in a decade,
Here's how you can take advantage of the opportunity right now:
In a few seconds you can write powerful sales copy that any company would be inclined to use.
Here's how you can start monetising and stand out:
• Create a Fiverr account
• Standard delivery is often 2-7 days for website copy
• Your delivery will be 2 hours
Translators are often limited to 2-5 languages.
You know every language under the sun with ChatGPT.
You can offer your services to millions of people and output more work than would ever be humanly possible.
3/ Customer service
It's expensive for companies to hire customer service representatives.
You can start an agency to help these online businesses manage their customer service easily.
Find virtual assistants for $3-5 per hour and have them operate ChatGPT for you.
He estimates that only 3% of the world has figured out their “Ikagai” or “Hedgehog”.
Here’s what they are and how you find yours:
Most people don’t get clear about their purpose because they suck at asking for help.
I know because I did too.
Articulating your “reason for being” isn’t to be done alone.
Most of us need some structure & help from others.
Let’s get into it.
The Japanese term “Ikigai” or "reason for being" is the intersection of:
1. That which you love
2. That which you are good at
3. That which the world needs
4. That which you can be paid for
The Hedgehog is from researcher and business author Jim Collins and is the intersection of:
1. What you are deeply passionate about
2. What you are encoded for
3. What drives your economic engine
After decades of research, Jim found that MAYBE 3% of people take the time to define this for themselves, whether they use Ikigai, Hedgehog or some other framework.
From my experience coaching entrepreneurs, I’d say 3% is a generous estimate.
But almost everyone's STUCK in beginner mode.
10 techniques to get massively ahead with AI:
(cut-and-paste these prompts👇)
🔸 Simulate an expert
Ask ChatGPT to play the part of a customer, co-host, or talented expert.
Have a conversation with it, or ask it to generate content as if it were that specific persona.
You are a talented analyst at a top-tier market research firm, a graduate of Harvard Business School. Coach me to create content that connects with C-level executives at B2B SaaS companies. What open-ended questions do I ask? Prioritize uncommon, expert advice.
🔸 Challenge the conventional narrative
Ask for examples of what contradicts the dominant narrative.
Generate content that challenges readers' assumptions.
Seek out provocative angles that defy expectations and break the mold.
Topic: Growing your email newsletter
For the above topic, give examples that contradict the dominant narrative. Generate an outline for thought-provoking content that challenges assumptions.
The Yearly Crypto Reflection.
It’s how you can turn this year’s pain into life-changing lessons.
I've made it simple for you.
Answer these 14 questions to become a better Crypto investor:
What Happened This Year?
Time works strangely in Crypto. It feels like we went through a decade worth of events in a single year.
Catch up by:
1) Creating a spreadsheet
2) Listing 3 major events that happened each month
This will get you up to speed on 2022.
What Went Well This Year?
Let's celebrate your wins.
• What disasters did you avoid?
• Which of your trades did well?
• What new skills did you develop?
Figure out what worked well this year and do more of it.
Here are a Few of My Wins from This Year
1) I grew from 0 → 222k in 11 months and built a brand.
2) I made money from the real yield narrative this summer
3) I took profits & transitioned to a bear portfolio end of January
Pretty solid year.
What Didn't Go So Well this Year?
This is the ugly part.
• What were your biggest mistakes this year?
• What assumptions and information lead you to make these decisions?
You have to be honest with yourself.
1. If you're not horny, you're not healthy.
2. Sugar does not make you fat.
3. Eat as much fruit as you want. Nearly impossible to overeat.
4. Most people eat due to B.T.S. (boredom, thirst, or stress) - not hunger. Before you eat, ask yourself: "Am I bored, thirsty or stressed right now?"
5. Exercise is a documented anti-depressant. CNN is a documented depressant. Adjust your life accordingly.
6. A high-protein diet is the best diet.
7. Eggs are a superfood. Not a "food to avoid".
8. Breakfast is not the most important meal of the day.
9. Hitting 10k+ steps a day is the most underutilized yet effective fat loss habit.
10. 99% can overcome bad genetics due to epigenetics (your behaviors alter the way your genes work).
11. Drink sparkling water or black coffee to suppress your appetite.
12. You can't target specific areas for fat loss.
13. Minimize liquid calorie sources like soda, cooking oils, & starbucks "coffee". These are the easiest calories to overconsume.
Takes detailed notes and transcribes meetings without you lifting a finger.
- Connect your GMeet/Zoom account
- It takes notes for you
2. ChatGPT by @OpenAI
AI bot capable of generating impressively detailed human-like responses for your questions.
My friend here used it to understand Docker in Eminem
@OpenAI 3. AI Avatars
https://t.co/U5dAjo83wn by @dannypostmaa
https://t.co/H1tpIxYsui by @levelsio
Create your own 4k quality AI-generated avatars in seconds.
@OpenAI @dannypostmaa @levelsio 4. Descript App
Edit your podcast by just editing the transcript. Sound editing like editing a word doc.
Descript will copy your voice and autofill whatever edits you make to the transcript.
You'd be surprised at just how broadly AI is being applied across tons of industries.
I’ve now invested in 50 AI startups, and here are some recent investments using AI in fascinating applications 👇
☄️ @ForgeAstro is building robots to autonomously mine asteroids, returning precious materials to Earth.
Why? One asteroid can contain up to $10,000 quadrillion(!) of rare material.
This is enabled by computer vision, affordable rocket rides, and small sat maturation.
🎭 @WOMBO makes creating images with AI easy, fun, and useful.
With 130+ million downloads on iOS and Android and 2 billion images created, they are likely the largest consumer AI startup around.
My 8-year-old uses @WOMBO like I did Photoshop way back when. So fun.
⛑ @BiofireUSA protects kids from guns using AI.
@BiofireUSA is building a handgun that only fires for the authenticated owner, ensuring that kids don’t stumble upon a gun and tragically lose their life.
Imagine incredibly low-latency and accurate FaceID-like auth for guns.
🎨 What if video editing was reinvented with AI? Enter @runwayml, which enables complex videos to be created with AI in minutes vs. days.
Not only does @runwayml speed up creation, they also enable wild ideas that exist only in your mind to come to
Prompt: Home Alone. But as the opening credits of White Lotus season two. #MadeWithRunway pic.twitter.com/CJA3Ry3zMw— Jamie (@umpherj) December 19, 2022
• Clone repo
• Convert JSONL into JSON array
• Convert text to AWS IAM policy
• Create a summarizer app
• Create react component
• Explain programming problems in a particular style
• Explain the regular expression
• Find & explain bugs in code
• Generate code to be presented to management for review
• How to build a neural network using Pytorch
• Optimize code
• Refactor code
• Write blender 3D plugin
• Write exploit for code
• Convert PHP + Jquery code to Next.js + Tailwind
• Write Kubernetes deployment file
• Explain the concept as a poem
• Explain why a movie/series is popular
• Generate catch SEO titles
• Generate a mnemonic device for remembering
• Get your programming queries solved in a poetic style
• How to write a design brief?
• Write a letter
• Write a movie synopsis
• Write a plot
• Write a poem
• Write a science fiction
• Write a script
• Write an academic essay
• Write an angry letter
• Write a dialogue between people
• Write a review of the movie/series
A *thread* of as much alpha as I can pack in on the process, discipline and conditions required for pulling this off.
There's hopefully some helpful snippets or thought processes you can take away from this.
Survive, and wait for opportunity.
Originally I covered off some points in this initial thread on hitting $225k, I hit $300k a week or so later but it was also right in the middle of the collapse, didn't feel like the timing was right to throw this out
Turning $7,500 -> $225,000 in 3 weeks.— Cold Blooded Shiller (@ColdBloodShill) November 5, 2022
This is the 4th(?) account I've run up like this on Twitter and there are a number of reasons why I keep doing it.
Little overview for how I did it and some stats from the few weeks.
One of my edges is knowing when to be in the market, when not to be in the market and when to push down the accelerator on
So yes, slight bait as people assumed.— Cold Blooded Shiller (@ColdBloodShill) July 21, 2022
Starting amount: $10,000
Traded for a total of 7 days:
Average Win: $7469
Average Loss: $1388
Total Profit: $77,000 (some unrealised)
$10,000 -> $87,000 in 7 days with 26% winrate.
Time to rest. https://t.co/X7jwxWQTYZ pic.twitter.com/ggwLQMn2dG
$MOON or $DOOM 48 Hour Final Update \U0001f315\U0001f30b— FTX Battle Royale 2019 (@FTXBattleRoyale) September 25, 2019
As of 10pm HKT
1) @ColdBloodShill \U0001f451
2) @BensonSun + @smartcontracter
Public round has now begun (you can still sign up).
PUBLIC \U0001f315\U0001f30b\U0001f449 https://t.co/jOkc8iEa1lhttps://t.co/aWTRkLN1xw
Everything is around timing. The market is designed to punish you by playing on your emotions.
Volatility = Emotion.
Many people find themselves trading in times that they shouldn't be trading, and being paralyzed in the times they should be trading.
If I had to start again, I would read these 10 books, in this order, to get there 10 years sooner:
1. The Millionaire Next Door, by Stanley & Danko
What you'll learn:
• >80% of millionaires are self-made
• Focus on building wealth, not social status
2. The Psychology of Money, by Morgan Housel
What you'll learn:
• The way you think about money determines your wealth
• Doing well with money results from your behavior
3. The Laws of Human Nature, by Robert Greene
What you'll learn:
• People are superficial and react emotionally
• How to become a calmer, more strategic observer of people
4. Personality Isn't Permanent, by Benjamin Hardy
What you'll learn:
• Personality isn’t something you’re born with
• You can change how you behave and, therefore, your personality
Used it in every recession - 2000, 2009, and 2020.
I've never shared it publicly before.
This thread might make you a millionaire.
During every recession, everyone cuts down marketing.
I jack up advertising spending and win the market.
During boom periods CMOs take over and businesses play on offense. They focus on growth.
During recessions, CFOs take over and businesses play on defense. They start to cut costs.
When finance people smell a recession, the first thing they cut is marketing.
Why? Marketing is generally the easiest thing to cut. It makes CFOs feel like they're making instant impact on profitability.
This chart illustrates how businesses manage ad spend in the face of recessions.
In 2009, the global economic pullback was just -0.7%.
But Advertising Spend dropped a whopping 10.1%.